Bajne Do Night & Day: Jyotica Tangri Says, “Music Is My Way To Happiness & Ecstasy”

Jyotica Tangri began her singing career last year and is going great guns. The singer has lent her voice for 9XM's latest anthem for World Music Day, Bajne Do Night And Day. caught up with her for a chat about music. Check it out....

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Bajne Do Night & Day: Jyotica Tangri Says, “Music Is My Way To Happiness & Ecstasy”

Having begun her filmy music career last year, Jyotica Tangri has come a long way. Having sung for films like Behen Hogi Teri, Half Girlfriend, Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana, Fukrey Returns, Parmanu, etc, Jyotica seems to be headed for a great career in Bollywood music.

As we continue our celebration of World Music Day, we bring you a one-on-one chat with the lady herself. In a tete-a-tete, Jyotica speaks up about what music means to her, her favourite genres and why she decided to be a part of the new party anthem, Bajne Do Night & Day. Watch the interview right here:

Terming music her life, she says, "Music is my way to reach that point of happiness and ecstasy. It's my life yaar."

Talking about Bajne Do Night And Day, she says, "The song is really special. When I heard it for the first time, I was like 'Wow, it's such a rocking song. I want to sing it.' I was so happy to be a part of this."

As the song is in the disco space, Jyotica says, "I love this genre. I love singing on all the dancy numbers. Songs that make you move and pop. So I loved it."

When asked about her favourite genre, she says, "I usually love to listen to semi-classical numbers a lot. It soothes my mind. It takes me away from all the tensions and stress of my everyday life."

All this and lots more in the video right above.

And for all those who haven't yet heard the already popular track Bajne Do Night And Day, watch it right here: wishes you and your family a very happy World Music Day.


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